May 8, 2008

Google seems to have rehabilitated us

As previously noted, we were de-indexed by Google, due to the injection of a whole lot of spammy hidden links. We’re back now, after about two weeks, even on the blog (this one) where there was no official de-indexing notice and hence no way to apply for re-consideration. And thus we once again have high rankings for search terms such as Netezza, DATAllegro, Clarabridge, and Attivio.

We’re designing a new blog theme — the current one is just an emergency stopgap — that will (among myriad more important virtues) be more SEO-friendly. I’ll be curious to see whether that makes much actual difference from a search ranking standpoint.

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  1. Text Technologies » Blog Archive » Text Analytics Summit and associated Seth Grimes white paper on May 8th, 2008 5:33 am

    [...] coming right after a Google indexing problem, I am putting up my first sponsored blog post ever. It’s in connection with the forthcoming [...]

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